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December 31, 2008

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Kathleen Conley Norbut

Hi David,

Good to see you blogging. I look forward to seeing your comments about local aid cuts and state government from your new perspective as a Selectboard member.

I am not running for a third term (April 2009 is the local election) and will take a little break for family and professional commitments. It has been a hard decade to be a local elected official. Unfortunately, I have witnessed town services reduced, quality of education in my community diminish while anger and resentment toward government have increased. It is challenging these times we live in. I am grateful to have been able to play a very small part in advocating for my community and the ideals that I treasure. I have many heartwarming stories of helping people and positive projects move forward. Good health to you and your family. Cheers!
Kathleen

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